The 45th annual Windsor Festival will host a series of twelve walks and tours around Windsor from 15th September – 28th September 2014.
- Ghost tour, High Spirits, will be taking place on Wednesday, 17th September at 19:00. Join Griselda Slugpellet and her ghoulish phantom friends marvelling at tales of ghostly sightings, hairy hauntings and beastly burials.
- Enjoy a collection of intrepid tales…
You’ll be hearing more from London’s new food heroes, including wood-fired sourdough pizza-maker Well Kneaded Wagon and artisan bakery Dusty Knuckle part of Urban Food Routes which helps a wide range of London’s small food entrepreneurs gain expert business advice and funding to help grow their business. Alongwith many others such as WeAreWhatWeDo and Global Generation- who are having a big…
From 28th to 31st August 2014, Falmouth in Cornwall will welcome nearly 50 ships, including 12 of the magnificent square-rigged Tall Ships, from around the world.
This library is not books, The Cotswolds Distillery are searching for exciting and rarely used Cotswolds flora such as Red Hemp Nettle; a member of the mint family, pennycress, and quince seeds to create new and interesting single-botanical distillates.
Carnaby Street Eat – a FREE One Day International Food Festival
Sunday 20 July, 11am – 6pm.
- 40 of the area’s best restaurants, bars and cafés will bring their dishes and concepts out onto the streets of Carnaby
- £5 taster dishes and on-the-day offers
- Over 15 global cuisines
- A series of expert cooking demos, led by presenter and foodie Hardeep Singh Kohli
- Live music and entertainment
Talented young artist Lewis Hazelwood-Horner has a beautiful exhibition of paintings telling the story of one London’s finest stores – the James Smith and Sons Umbrella and Cane store on New Oxford Street, London.
Lewis Hazelwood Horner Artist in Residence at James Smith & Sons Umbrellas London
Exhibition runs from 11th to 20th July at 49 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1BL
L A D is a lifestyle brand, built around essential, contemporary pieces designed for socially and culturally aware men. From Italian-born menswear fashion designer Daniele Alberto Lombardi, who has worked withinternational brands in London, Shanghai and Istanbul.
L A D by Daniele Alberto Lombardi
L A D communicates and reminds us of the human need to belong, not to a group, but to a global…
Tesco has partnered with SORTEDfood, one of the world’s largest social media cookery channels, in a media first to help inspire a new generation to fall in love with cooking and food.
Just so Baron Wolman ‘had a hobby’, he took up photography. He realised it was more than that, when his photos of the Berlin Wall going up in 1961 were published in full by his local newspaper. This was a momentous moment, for him – Baron thought it was going to be World War III and it was a great moment for the art of photography. He was paid $50 dollars and his hobby became his career.